Monthly Archives: June 2015

Track CIF update

On May 30th at Mount Carmel High School the Titans who competed in CIFs astonished with record breaking results. Hayley Leonard raised the crowd with her lightning speed and broke the school record in the 400, and helped break another record in the 4×400 relay. She placed 4th in the 400 and her team placed 1st in the 4×400. The 4×400 relay team will now be moving on to state.

Along with Leonard, Titan stars Maddie Murray placed 4th in the 300 hurdles, and Kayla Meyers placed 1st in the pole vault and beat her personal record by 10 inches. All three will be moving on to state.

On the boys’ side, Jarrett Chin placed 1st in the 800 and will compete at state and the boys 4×4 relay placed 3rd in Division 1.

The State Meet will be held on June 5th and 6th at Buchanan High School in Fresno and the Titans are expected to conclude the season with an outstanding outcome while there.

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Lacrosse takes CIF

On May 27, the guys took on Coronado, who they had lost to by a score of 9-8 earlier in the season. Thanks to a game winning shot by Cole Landolt with 5 seconds remaining in the game, they moved on to the CIF championship, this time on the winning side of a 9-8 score.

The CIF championship was on May 30, between Poway and Torrey Pines. Zach Hodge had three out of the Titans’ eight goals and a solid Titan defense thwarted Torrey Pines’ comeback attempt in the final minutes, leading to a 9-8 win. This was the Titans first CIF championship since 2002.

Boys’ lacrosse has had a successful season to this point, as they did well enough in the regular season to make it to the CIF semifinals against Coronado High School on May 25.

They finished the regular season with a record of 15-6, which was good enough take league.

Some standout players included the four captains: Cole Landolt, Jake Fiske, Zach Hodge, and Nick Beeson. As three juniors and one sophomore respectively, the four will be returning next year, which is good news for the Titans.

“I am very impressed with the way the season has gone so far and have high hopes for the playoffs,” Fiske said.

One highlight of this season was when the Titans played La Costa Canyon High School. The Mavericks were CIF champions last season but the Titans were able to edge out a win by a score of 8-7.

Cole Landolt shot the winning goal with 56 seconds left in the game to take the win from last year’s champs.

The Titans ended the regular season as league champions and went undefeated in league. This is even more impressive if you consider the fact that the team has only one senior, and will be returning, basically intact, next season.

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